Definition of Clonings

1. cloning [n] - See also: cloning



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clonings

clones
clonewheel organ
clong
clonic
clonic convulsion
clonic seizure
clonic spasm
clonicities
clonicity
clonicotonic
clonidine
clonidine hydrochloride
clonidines
cloning vector
clonings (current term)
clonism
clonisms
clonitazene
clonixin
clonk
clonked
clonking
clonks
clonogenic
clonogenic cell
clonogenicity
clonograph
clonological

Literary usage of Clonings

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1. Spectrum Analysis in Its Application to Terrestrial Substances, and the by Heinrich Schellen (1872)
"The lantern is provided with two •%i!.le clonings, by one of which the image of the voltaic arc -* l« projected on the screen, and by the other the spectrum ..."

2. Record of Christian Work edited by Alexander McConnell, William Revell Moody, Arthur Percy Fitt (1906)
"clonings from "The Unspeakable Gift," by Perda- gell. The Kruckeberg Press, Los Angeles. Paper. 63 pages. 10 cents. Daily Joy and Daily Peace. ..."

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